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The MBTA is going through a rough time, but solutions to delays and breakdowns seem elusive. One obvious (albeit small) opportunity for improvement is redesigning Pearl Street. So far, the conversation about the reconstruction has erroneously been framed as a showdown between bikes and parking. In reality, the redesign is an opportunity to exemplify the […]
State Rep. Jon Hecht plans open office hours from 5 to 6 p.m. Feb. 24 in Huron Village and March 3 in North Cambridge.
The district has failed to make any move toward fulfilling a world-language promise, but asks students to design posters extolling the wonders of learning foreign languages.
After 41 years with the force, Superintendent Steven Williams retired officially from the Cambridge Police Department with a Monday ceremony.
Teenagers from Duxbury-based Crossroads for Kids spent Jan. 17 honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with work at the Cambridgeport Baptist Church.
State Rep. Dave Rogers will meet constituents from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. Feb. 21 at Verna’s Coffee & Donut Shop in North Cambridge.
The expiration of 2014 resident parking permits has been extended through Wednesday – allowing three additional days to apply for this year’s permits without being ticketed – because of recent weather complications.
Residents living around Harvard Square and members of the Harvard Square business community are invited to express interest in serving on the Harvard Square Advisory Committee.
For FOCRLS to be able to sustain and grow its programs, it became clear a staff structure was needed to leverage volunteer efforts and ensure sustainability, the group’s acting president said.